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through livermore. bart and muni are on time and vallejo ferry, mechanical problems so you have buses this morning and this afternoon. that is from vallejo to san francisco. the bay bridge toll plaza is looking good. >> breaking news from the postal service. they announced this morning they are stopping mail delivery on saturday saturdaying in august. packages will still be delivered and post office locations are open on the weekend. it will save $2 billion a year. the struggling post office has been looking for ways to cut costs amid growing competition from e-mail and the internet. >> developing news, sonoma county investigators are on the scene of a shocking triple murder. the bodies were discovered yesterday in forestville, 11 miles northwest of santa rosa. cornell bernard joins us live.
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>> highway 116 where the bodies of three men are still inside the rural cabin. the sheriff is not saying much about the crime. it has been 20 years since a triple homicide has happened here. we were over the property where deputies say a man found his brother and two others tuesday shot in a back bedroom of the house. all were shot. the killings have stunned neighbors. the crime does not appear to be random. >> trying to understand there was a shooting. i heard that from a friend. beyond that, we do not know. >> there was no struggle and they died of gunshot wounds. >> execution-style shots? >> i will not discuss. >> murder-suicide? >> it is not murder-suicide. >> no victims had any criminal history.
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they believe the killer or killers targeted the victims but a motive this morning is not known. the coroner will arrive at the home at day break. >> there is developing news in the investigation into the 1984 disappearance of kevin collins. san francisco police are holding a news conference this afternoon that could center on this man, dan kelly, a "person of interest" in the case who died five years ago. the boy was seen leaving school in the haight-ashbury in february of 1984. he was ten. the suspect lived across the street from the school. at the time the police searched his home but did not find anything. last week, as we first reported police returned with dogs and found small bone fragments in the basement which have been sent to a laboratory for analysis. our reporter will have more on the case in a live report in the
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next half hour. >> police are planning a news conference today in fairfield over the investigation of a murder of a 13-year-old girl. they have identified the body of the teen last week. the 13-year-old showed this surveillance video in fairfield on thursday afternoon at corner of grand circle four miles from the park where her naked body was discovered on friday morning. in word of any arrests in the case so far. her cousin is planning a vigil at the park on friday evening. >> we are following developing news from florida where a dramatic rescue unfolded. a bakery delivery truck is dangling over a freeway in fort lauderdale. this is a look at what it looked like earlier, the truck is dangling there and the driver is now out and safe. crews have pulled the truck back from the edge of the road. there was concern it could come crashing on to traffic below.
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we will continue to monitor the situation and keep you updated. >> tonight the concorde planning commission will meet to talk about a citywide ban on the outdoor cultivation of medical marijuana. contra costa times reports that the city attorney will ask the commission to recommend the ban to the city council. if approved it will limit marijuana growing to the inside of homes. residents who legally operate as backyard grow operation 8 challenge the resolution if approved by the city council. concord has a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. >> san francisco mayor will announce the decision today of his choice to fill the city assessor's post that has been vacation -- vacated. it is urge clear who the mayor will name for the board of supervisors. he could face pressure to name
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another asian or woman on the board. >> s vietnam has -- silicon valley has bounced out of the recession adding thousands of jobs with incomes rising 2.2 percent but the report says that the rebound hasn't been a cure all for everyone. income for african-americans fell 18 percent last year while hispanic incomes dropped 5 percent. the region experiences a 3.5 percent growth rate compared to 1.7 percent growth rate statewide. >> we are all dropping this morning, and you know what i am talking about. >> talking about the temperature. >> mike, how does the forecast look? >> good morning, everyone. here is a look at out next storm system hanging around the pacific northwest in northern part there. our system went through quietly yesterday well to the east and we have a small area of pressure
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that will bring us clear conditions and the cooler weather this morning. mid-30's inland and low-to-mid 40's and mainly low 40's for the rest of us and maybe heavier coat and let the car warm. tons of sunshine today, so, we need the sunglasses and low-to-mid 50's at noon and mid-to-upper 50's at 4:00, and we will drop back with a few clouds at 7:00 in the upper 40's to low 50's. tomorrow, a chance of rain in the morning, and scattered showers in the afternoon, and more showers for friday morning, and sunshine on friday afternoon. look at temperatures, low-to-mid 50's our coolest two days of trust because we rebound fliesly with sunshine and dry weather on saturday and back in the mid-50's to near 60. sue? >> we go to the bay bridge. traffic is very light. no delays on the upper deck into the city it is looking good. in san jose, 87, northbound. you can see traffic and busy but
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not bad as you move your way northbound it is at limit. still road work out there southbound 101 coming through the waldo tunnel and you are down to one lane because of the road work on the northern portion of the golden gate bridge that should be picked up by 6:00 this morning and light traffic there, as well. we have in other delays as you make your way into the city. eric and kristen? >> thank you, sue, at 5:08. bombs, bullets, and the underground bunker. details emerge of the deadly devices by a man who held a five-year-old boy hostage. >> a new earthquake plan that will come bay area homeowners tens of thousands. >> we are about to find out which monopoly piece is getting 9 -- the boot. >> topping money, a victory against credit card fraud. official say a ring based in new jersey stole $200 million they used thousands of fake identities to on the cards and
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>> santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back, 5:12. in alabama the latest on the rescue the ethan, who was held captive in an underground bunker for a week. he is celebrating the sixth birthday at home. we are learning new details of the daring f.b.i. raid. abc has learned bomb technicians found two homemade explosives where he was held. new photos released by the f.b.i. show the entrance to the 6' by 8' fell. the hostage taker was killed during the rescue. >> president obama will meet with senate democrats at a retreat in maryland for a discussion of gun criminal and illegal immigration. a poll out this morning shows the president's approval of handling of immigration is at a career high, the latest washington post/abc news poll shows that 49 percent believe he is on the right track while 43 percent disapprove.
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>> gas prices nation nationwide have jumped 18 percent in a week the biggest type in two years with the average $3.54, and experts blame it on rising oil prices and tension in the middle east. here in california, it is higher, $3.91 a gallon. that is partly because refineries are switching from winter grade to more costly summer grade fuel. >> san francisco usually has the highest gas prices in the state but lock at pump prices in los angeles: yes, a station is actually charged $5 a gallon. >> how do you justify that? >> now, officials in san francisco may now force some homeowners to retrofit their building. a proposal introduced by the board of supervisors president requires reinforcement if so-called soft structures which faces heavy damage in the 1989
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earthquake. these are buildings where the ground floor could be weak because of a wide open space which has been carved out for a garage or commercial face. >> the buildings we are talking about house close to 60,000 residents and 7,000 workers and 2,000 small businesses. >> the buildings targeted are wood frame built before 1978, three or more stories, where five or more units of housing. >> the most feared hunter in the ocean could soon be on california's endangered species list, and possibly protect the great white shark. the federal government is expected to begin the process this summer. recent surveys show the great white population off our coast is so low the sharks could be on the brink of extinction. despite the fierce reputation there have only been 13 fatal shark attacks since 1952. more is died from bee stings and
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dog bites. >> a good day for the coast? >> i think so. a nice day. probably better than tomorrow and the next day and nice again this weekend. today, it will be sunny. breezy at the coast. nothing out of the ordinary. temperatures are probably in the mid to -- well, low-to-mid 50's. at him, you can see the embarcardero is quiet with traffic and weather. we are off to a dry start. live doppler 7 hd shows as we look at that we will talk about clear conditions. there we go, so, we are spinning on top of mt. st. helena and we
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are tracking colder conditions. the 5:00 observations are in and you can see mid-to-upper 30's everywhere butant beyond fremont oakland and san francisco and around the monterey bay inland upper 30's to low 40's. it will be brighter today with temperatures close to average. tomorrow and friday the system will bring us cooler weather and showers. not all of us get a lost rain but at least it is something. we need the rain. also, it will bring snow but nothing too heavy. mostly sunny and it looks like the warmer weekend is still on the way of the temperatures today from 55 at half moon bay to 56 in san francisco and richmond and 60 in fairfield and antioch are the warmer conditions and the monterey bay, 56, and everyone else is 59 to 60 degrees. tonight, you can see the rain is moving into the north bay by this time tomorrow and it will
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spread south and across the bay so for the morning commute the north bay is the most likely area to get wet weather as we head toward noon to the early afternoon hours it will spread through the heart of bay and through the south bay and out. we will have scattered showers for the rest of thursday and another chance of showers for friday, and low do mid-50's there and .1" to .25" of rain. >> the san mateo bridge from 880 hayward beyond industrial to the flat section just a few brake lights to the high-rise and traffic is busy into foster city but 15 minutes between hayward and san mateo area. bart and muni on time and the vallejo ferry has a bus because of mechanical problems, this morning and this afternoon, as well. 580, highway four, and 80 are looking good. >> thank you very much.
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>> coming up next, we have a story about some technology vacuuming your phone? cleaning up your cell phone. >> also, we are familiar with robotic vacuum cleaner, right? we will have the latest on that coming up. >> say good by to the best known playing pieces on monopoly. who stays and who goes is ahead. >> today on our show it is all about multiples, a family with two sets of twins on top of sextuplets association that is family of 12. is life cheap are by the dozen? i will try to babysit them and i am tired to think about it. what happens when a mom has trouble
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>> welcome back. a baseball card that would complete any collection goes on sale today but it will not be cheap. a main auction house is selling the rare 1865 brooklyn atlantics team card, a small thin paper photograph of the ten players mounted on a thick are piece of paper. the only other surviving card is in the library of congress. if you would like to purchase the card, it could go for more than $100,000. >> monopoly fans have spoken. a cat will be the new game token giving new competition for the dog. they announced the cat will replace the iron, voting closed
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on facebook and the company asked fans which piece to remove, it was a tight elimination race between the iron, wheelbarrow but fans from 120 countries voted. i was pulling for the robot. i am bummed it missed on being the new piece. >> well...that is until you win. a major home improvement chain is hiring. >> jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> good morning, home depot ramping up hiring adding 80,000 temporary workers as we get close to spring buying, 14 percent more jobs than last year, with the housing rebound causing spending on landscaping and renovation. and disney announcing they could make two stand alone star wars films based on widely recognizable characters on to which the new trilogy that day buys in 2010. tired of facebook? two-thirds of americans say they sometimes decide to stay away
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from the social site for several weeks or more. the few internet surveys say excessive drama is the reason. >> at the new york stock exchange for the business report. >> you heard it first here, the nation marked national weather person's day. jimmy kimmel gave a shout out to the men and women who work tirelessly to bring you the forecast. >> a moment to wish anyone a happy national weather person's day. do we have any weather people here in the studio tonight? we pay tribute to the brave men and women who stand in front of screens and point at stuff every night. we have some wonderful weather reporters in los angeles. what we don't have is, really, is weather. that means our weather people have to be a lot better looking. >> jimmy kimmel lives weeknights at 11:35 follow abc7 news at 11.
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>> we have weather. it just changes. often. >> we have the microclimates. >> and we have mike nicco he is right there. >> am i not saying i am as good looking as the guys in los angeles? >> looks and brains. >> a good combination if i could find it. good morning, everyone, here is what is going on at home where the weather has changed. it is five to 12 degrees cooler this morning than yesterday morning. 34 to 44 is our spread, 34 inland and 44 in san francisco. this morning, 54 to 60 and this evening, it will be dry but cooler at 46 to 52. traveling around the state, everything is quiet. we will talk temperatures. in the upper 50's to low 60's through the central valley, 59 in big sur and 46 today in tahoe where we get snow tomorrow and friday a couple of inches, not a
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lot, but new powder, and upper 50's to low 60's for san diego and los angeles. >> light traffic situation out there. san rafael right here in the marin ymca and toward the civic center everyone is at the limit with no problems moving to the golden gate bridge with four lanes for the commute with no delays here. the drive out of antioch is looking good. just a little bit of slowing moving toward the pittsburg area and out of the central valley, the same, looking good, a little bit of slowing to the altamont pass and it picks up. kristen and eric? >> odds are you cleaned the smudges on your phone with your hand or maybe by cloth now you can do bit a robot. here is a $17 robotic vacuum designed for smartphones and tablets. it is a miniature rhumba. it automatically cleans the
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smartphone clean in four minutes. a tablet screen in eight minutes. it comes in four colors. they go on sale next month. >> the inventor of the dyson has a solution to drying wet happens in public bathrooms without ever leaving the sink. his latest invention is all in one sensor activated tap and hand drying machine. he claims that the air blade will dry your hand in 14 seconds >> we are following developing news from san francisco. ahead, the announcement expect are expected to make in a 30-year-old cold case. >> post office make as decision affecting every single postal customer. what to expect is coming upñcñ??
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good wednesday morning. it is 5:29. i am kristen sze. >> a look at the weather forecast, mr. nicco? he is good enough, smart enough, and, darn it, people like you. how is the forecast? >> and i think i am important, too, wasn't that in the "the help." >> radar and satellite is quiet. we are picking up dry air, lots of clouds, talked how we would be cooler, we are from three degrees cooler in san francisco to 11 in half moon bay. the only warmer play is antioch by two degrees. so the temperatures are mostly in the mid 30's to mid-40's. as we head throughout the day we will have mostly sunny conditions and low-to-mid 50's at the coast and mid to upper 50's for bay and inland. now the check of traffic. >> everyone is looking good so
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far and busy on the east shore freeway moving from the university avenue and around here where 580 merges you could find temporary slowing but the speeds pick up as you move into berkeley curve and macarthur maze. bart and muni are on time. we have a problem with the vallejo ferry buses replaced because of mechanical problems. the drive times show 680 san ramon corridor, and san mateo bridge drive. kristen and eric? >> we have breaking news from the u.s. postal service announcing they are stopping mail delivery on saturday starting in august. packages will still be delivered and post office locations will be open on the weekend, this move is expected to save $2 billion a year. the struggling agency is looking for ways to cut cost amid competition from the e-mail and the internet. >> developing news today, san francisco police land to share details in the renewed investigation into one of the
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bay area's most baffling missing child cases, after new developments in the kevin collins disappearance, amy is live in san francisco. amy? >> we hope to hear more, expect to hear more about the man who used to live in this home in the haight-ashbury neighborhood. his name was dan kelly and he died five years ago. police have called him their key suspect in the disappearance of kevin collins who was 10 years when he vanished in 1984. there was an intense search for kevin at the time that captured national attention. police never searched the home or the backyard of the suspect. the cold case unit decided to do that and spent the day and the flight gathering potential evidence and they dug up the floor in the garage and found bones under the garage floor. they believe they are animal
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bones but they sent them to be tested. today, police have scheduled a press conference to share the latest. >> thank you, 5:32. developing news in sonoma county sheriff deputy are on the scene of a triple homicide with the bodies discovered yesterday in forestville, a small town northwest of santa rosa. this is video from the scene, detectives say the victims were shot to death in the bedroom of a home. it appears the victims were targeted and one of them was associated with a tenant, a man looking for his brother told deputies he discovered the bodies around 3:15 yesterday afternoon. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard will have a live report with more in 30 minutes. >> san francisco police are investigating a shooting in the tenderloin, near mason street at 8:00 last night. police say a 37-year-old man was shot several times in the torso. he was rushed to a hospital and
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is expected to survive. no word from bliss on -- from police on any suspects. >> a man accused of killing and kidnapping in the disappearance of a teen. he was arrested last may on charges of murdering a 15-year-old teen low -- although her body has now been found. she vanish on the way to school in march. he could enter charges of attempted kidnapping for attacking three other women in 2009. >> palo alto police are searching for a man would tried to grab an 11-year-old girl riding her bicycle. it happened on emmer son street on monday night. the girl was 10' from the man when he tried to grab her and she screamed. the detectives say he yelled he was going to kidnap her. >> sketch of the suspect is described as white man in his 30's, 6' tall weighing 150
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pounds and light colored hair and balding or receding hair and wearing glasses. >> san jose police are asking for 16 percent pay raise over the next three years in the opening contract talks with the city. the san jose mercury news reports the pay increase being propose include restoring the 10 percent pay cuts they have previously accepted to help limit layoffs during record budget deficits. city leaders indicated they would support modest raises but the police officer association argued bigger raises are needed to keep the officers from leaving the department. the union has also called for opening negotiations to the public. >> the boy scouts of america could vote soon on whether to lit a policy that excludes gay members and leaders at the headquarters in texas. the proposal would allow individual troops to decide how to address the issue. a conservative group in texas
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organized a prayer vigil for this morning. the organization is expected to issue a statement today either way. >> the nasdaq exchange could be paying millions over facebook's botched initial public offering. the "wall street journal" reports that nasdaq is in talks with the government to pay $5 million in penalties, only 1 percent of the money lost by brokers and investors. last may, on the morning of the i.p.o. technical problems delayed the trading of the facebook shares and the nasdaq is offering to compensate customers $62 million for their losses. >> a priceless forecast coming up right now with mike. >> it is cold this morning. mike, what is going on? >> good news, not much of a window, so the tell you see is what you will feel when you step outside. when we get above five miles per hour we will start to factor in the wind chill and everyone from five miles per hour to three to calm. we are in the mid-30's inland and low 40's around the bay
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through 7:00 with a lot of sunshine. it will be a gorgeous sunrise. today, tons of subject through the noon and low-to-mid 50's and more sunshine and temperatures getting close to average, maybe a few degrees short. but, still, mid-to-upper 50's and in by 7:00 in the upper 40's to low 50's and light jacket is needed to go with the few clouds in the evening. tomorrow, showers, especially in the morning hours. that is when we have the best chance of steady rain, scattered showers in the afternoon and more showers for friday, and temperatures are cooler in the low-to-mid 50's and sunshine and warmer weather back in the forecast for saturday, and mid-50's to about 60. >> we have reports of an accident on the shoulder southbound 101 at the capital expressway in san jose, just cleared out of the lanes so that should be slowing things on the drive southbound. to the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights are off. traffic is slowing nicely into san francisco. no delays on the upper deck at
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this hour. san mateo bridge is getting busy on the flat section moving toward the high-rise you are looking at a 15-minute drive define hayward and foster city. >> coming up, a bizarre accident in the east bay, the camel injured after finding itself in the middle of oncoming traffic. hollywood star power on california's central coast getting ready to tee off at pebble
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>> cupertino, concord, wine country, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, 5:40, on wednesday. san mateo bridge, traffic is looking okay, and tail lights headed westbound and it is clear this morning. that means cold. we will check with mike nicco for the changing forecast which includes rain very soon. sue has the traffic. >> federal authorities have launch add criminal investigation into disgraced cyclist, lance armstrong. they are looking into charge of obstruction, witness tampering, and intimidation by arm strong. the fellow cyclists say lance armstrong coerced them into using performance-enhancing drugs. he was cleared in southern
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california but that attorney says lance armstrong would not be charged but our source says he does not speak for the entire justice department. >> developing news, disaster officials are struggling to reach four villages in the solomon islands have 5' tsunami hit the chain. five were killed and 70 to 80 homes were damaged. police expect to the death toll to rise. officials say giant waves hit the western size of santa cruz island after 8.0 earthquake that struck underwater near the solomon islands. the tsunami warning was later canceled for distant coasts. >> the largest gathering of people on earth is underway in india and a bay area man will take part. the hindu will join tens of millions of other hindus for what should be the expense of a lifetime. it is a religious festival that
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happens once every 12 years but this year 100 million will descend on the area taking a dip in the ganges. (inaudible). >> 110 million to 120 million people in one location the largest gathering of humans on earth. >> this is the photo taken from space. all the dark red dots are people. a reason in the rise in attendance has been the rise in technology and social media in india. >> a follow-up to the any ad campaign we were telling you about trying to lure california jobs out of the state, to texas. >> building a business is tough but in california it is next to impossible the i have a message, check out texas for business. >> that is the radio version of an ad and will add pressure in
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person next week. the governor brown finds it laughable especially with only a $25,000 budget. >> despite the texas governor's claim that california is bad for business the state is seeing a boom in new business, leg trick -- electric business international moved here from mexico and have new green trucks. >> on the monterey peninsula the stars come out at pebble beach from the worlds of music, television, and movies, in the celebrity challenge. this is video of last year. with bull murray. this year the san francisco see bull murray, andy garcia, boomer , and a lot of folks
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competing in a five-hole event and the pro's will practice for the national pro-am that begins tomorrow. the question on everyone's mind, what is the weather going to be like? >> will the rain tomorrow affect the competition. >> it may. it will get down this as we head to the lunch hour and after that so the guys that tee off have a better chance of staying dry. a little bit. now as nice as today. and jim harbaugh will play, so that is cool. >> it will be intense. >> he is a little competitive? >> a 12 handicap not bad for a football coach. now a look outside and show you what is going on, tony romo, a scratch golfer. someone is in town. they are going to enjoy a wonderful day. look at that beautiful boat. cruise ship here, a couple of piers up from where we are, we
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are at nine at front street. a nice shot from emeryville. here is a look at what is going on, live doppler 7 hd showing dry weather and you can notice the lack of clouds so it is so much colder this morning antioch and fremont and oakland, upper 30's. inland up to the low 40's. brighter today. temperatures close to average. a front will bring us cooler weather tomorrow and friday. a chance of wet weather, too, and sunny and warmer for the weekend. while you were sleeping the cold front passed on and the high pressure is in right now. we are between systems today. the next system is up here, stronger, and it is wetter, and it is cooler. that is what will come in tomorrow and on the back side of it hang around for friday.
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here we go, 5:00 tomorrow morning, you can see the wet weather in the north bay, most of the north bay will be wet in the morning. at 9:00, the commute is waning, and the fox extreme weather center is moving through the south bay at lunch and out of the bay by 2:00. that is also when it puts it down in the monterey bay if you are headed that way. in the evening and overnight you have snow and scattered showers and the snow levels drop to around 3,000 feet and friday the best chance of showers is in the morning. .1" to .25" is likely during that timeframe for rain. possibly warmer next week. >> one accident in san jose, again, south 101 at the capital expressway, not in lanes off to the shoulder, so, traffic is getting by okay, elsewhere, we have bart and muni and everyone on time, and we have a bus rather than the vallejo ferry, because of mechanical problems,
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so a bus this morning and this afternoon for the vallejo commute and the drive times 101 from santa rosa, a good drive and 280 on the if peninsula from 92 to san jose, and 880, the macarthur maze at 16 minutes or so. >> it is 5:47. the united states and five other nations have agreed to meet with officials from iran to discuss the nuclear program. the aim is for get tehran to agree to limits in exchange for the easing of sanctions. iran's president is in egypt this morning for middle east leaders and police arrested a protester for throwing a shoe at mahmoud ahmadinejad yesterday. the shoe did not appear to hit mahmoud ahmadinejad. just showing the soul of your shoe is a sign of disrespect like the incident in baghdad in 2008 when an iraqi reporter threw his shoes at foam president george w. bush. >> presidential medals will be awarded to the six who died
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protecting children at sandy hook elementary school. president obama will present to the ing family members at a white house certificate point next week, the medals will be given to four teachers, the school principal and a psychologist, all gunned down on december 14 trying to protect the children in their care. the 20-year-old shooter, adamant lanza killed himself. >> summer youth camp is the victim of thieves with a $50,000 loss an organization is dealing with. >> a camel crosses the road. that is no joke. the traffic tie medium resulting from the bizarre accident. >> at 6:00, a turn around for a bay area tech company.
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>> good morning, everyone, 5:51 and traffic is coming down 101 in san rafael, the headlights headed southbound and moving along. sue hall is covering traffic with more coming up. authorities are investigating the theft of $50,000 from copper piping in south lake tahoe. it appears someone used a key to get in the locked gate much the camp was established by the city of concord 40 years ago. we did a profile on a summer youth program there back in 2006
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>> a s vietnam firm faces a lot of questions according to the san jose mercury news being penalized for bringing in workers from mexico and paying them $2.66 an hour in pesos. they make fuel cells and cell them to at&t and google and walmart and a judge ordered them to pay back wages and damages. >> the numbers are in, traffic at san francisco international airport hit a new record in 2012, more than 44 million passengers flew in and out of san francisco last year making it the busiest in sfo history. the san francisco examiner reports last year flights to sfo accounted for 66 percent of regional airline traffic dwarfing the 19 percent in oakland and 15 percent in san jose. as for the business of the airport in the world that on goes to atlanta international with more than 95 million passengers in 2012.
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>> in concord a camel will get a medical checkup after a bizarre accident. the camel escaped yesterday from the enclosure and hit by a vehicle. we were on the scene. it is hard to see but the camel appears to be okay as police get it back in the pen. several camels live in that area of concord. >> it is not exactly unusual to see camels there. they graze on the hills there. it sounds surprising. >> i live in that area and i have seen them once or twice but never so close do hit them with the car. we hope it doesn't happen again. >> they are big and dangerous animals for the cars on the roads. >> 30's and 40's, so grab a heavier coat this morning. the afternoon temperatures are running from 55 at half moon bay to 60 in fairfield and antioch.
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the state is dry again. you can see around eugene and portland there is wet weather and it could get as close as eureka but most of us are dry today with upper 50's to low 60's through the central valley and 46 in tahoe and upper 50's to low 60's around san diego and los angeles. we will have snow, a couple of inches, but we will get fresh powder thursday and friday in tahoe. sue? >> we go, live, to walnut creek. if you go from southbound 680 at the turn, all the way to 24 everyone is moving at the limit. busy at the 24 junction and through the san ramon valley to dublin/pleasanton traffic is flowing nicely. from san rafael, and north san pedro it is looking good to southern marin and a look at bay bridge toll plaza a minor delay, otherwise, no metering lights and a good ride into san francisco. >> a new bill in the california
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>> goodbye. >> adios. >> come back, ma'am. come back. come back. now the bond is $10,000. >> are you serious? >> i am serious. adios. >> well, it is worse. the 18-year-old did not like the judge doubling her bond so she flipped him off and said something rude. [bleep] >> come back again. come back again. did you say mean bleep -- [bleep] to me? >> yes, i did. >> i give you 30 days in the county jail. >> okay. >> well, she was in court on a charge of illegal possession of xanax. >> at least she didn't lie. >> the truth will set you... >> two stories including murder in the wine country.
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clouds. region by region here is what to expect, 37 to 45, brighter around the bay this morning. cooler, too. sunny at noon and 50. and at 4:00 we are in the mid to upper 50's. inland, i had frost on the car, well, one of the cars, 34 to 40 inland valleys. and low-to-mid 50's at noon and mid-to-upper 50's at 4:00. and headed to the coast we will have temperatures cooler this morning and 42 to 46 and more sunshine than yesterday and temperatures running around the low-to-mid 50's. injury -- enjoy it. >> so far association good. the bay bridge is looking pretty good, but no major delays. a pretty good ride into the city. we have a mattress blocking the on-ramp, washington on-ramp to northbound 880. crews could be stopping to clear that out of the lanes. this could be temporary delays. the

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